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Introduce a 2008 Server to 2003 Active Directory

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I have a windows 2003 A/D domain that I want to add a Win2008 server to and make it an A/D domain controller.  I'm looking for general steps to complete this task.  Also looking for any things I should take into consideration that might be counter productive to the domain.
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You will be making significant changes to your 2003 AD to allow the 2008 AD to be installed.
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Ensure that you have a very god backup of the 2003 server before commencing the changes, It is also advisable to check your Active Directory for and remove unncessary users etc.
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